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Folk Music teaching and performing 
This rubric is for a class project where students will, in groups, teach a folk song from their heritage to the band class.
Rubric Code: ZXA8A62
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Subject: Music  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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Folk Song teaching
  Not Yet Demonstrated

0 pts

Seldom Demonstrated

2 pts

Sometimes Demonstrated

3 pts

Usually Demonstated

4 pts

Always Demonstrated

5 pts

Inst. Performance

Modeling performing of a folk song

Not Yet Demonstrated

The performance was not completed
Seldom Demonstrated

The performance was IN-ACCURATE with many incorrect notes and/or very unsteady tempo and no musical expression including dynamics and phrasing
Sometimes Demonstrated

The performance was SOMEWHAT ACCURATE with incorrect notes and/or unsteady tempo and limited musical expression including dynamics and phrasing
Usually Demonstated

MOSTLY ACCURATE with only a few incorrect notes, tempo and musical expression including dynamics and phrasing
Always Demonstrated

ENTIRELY ACCURATE with correct notes, tempo and musical expression (including dynamics and phrasing)
vocal performance

Modeling singing of a folk song

Not Yet Demonstrated

The performance was not completed
Seldom Demonstrated

Pitch accruacy still being developed. song performed with unclear/inaccurate melody
Sometimes Demonstrated

Melody sung with mostly accurate pitching with only some sections being out of tune/sung incorrectly
Usually Demonstated

Melody sung with accurate pitching throughout. Quality of tone has room for improvement
Always Demonstrated

Melody sung with good tone and accurate pitching throughout. Music performed with good phrasing
Succesful teaching

* band can sing/play the folk song

Not Yet Demonstrated

lesson was not taught
Seldom Demonstrated

50% - 69% of the class can sing/play the folk song taught by the group with 100% accuracy
Sometimes Demonstrated

70% - 79% of the class can sing/play the folk song taught by the group with 100% accuracy
Usually Demonstated

80% - 89% of the class can sing/play the folk song taught by the group with 100% accuracy
Always Demonstrated

90%+ of the class can sing/play the folk song taught by the group with 100% accuracy
Lesson preparation

Students support their group through active involvement in all pre-teaching preparation

Not Yet Demonstrated

Students have NOT YET become involved in all activities, they interrupts their group and DO NOT stay on task.
Seldom Demonstrated

Students are SOMETIMES involved in activities, but does not always stay on task and/or sometimes interrupt each other
Sometimes Demonstrated

Students are USUALLY involved in all activities; they do not interrupt and generally stay on task.
Usually Demonstated

Students are ALMOST ALWAYS involved in the planning and organizing of their teaching
Always Demonstrated

All group members are ALWAYS involved in all activities being planned for their teaching
Lesson materials

audio visual AND/OR other presentation about students' culture's folk music

Not Yet Demonstrated

The presentation was not completed

OR

incorrect source referencing (which receives no mark)
Seldom Demonstrated

Information was not in the students' own words
Sometimes Demonstrated

Lesson materials demonstrated basic information on the culture's folk music

Information was usually in students own words and most sources were accurately referenced
Usually Demonstated

Lesson materials provided more than basic information on the culture's folk music

Information was in students own words and most sources were accurately referenced
Always Demonstrated

Lesson materials demonstrated a wide range of information on the culture's folk music in an interesting format

All information was in students own words and sources were accurately referenced
Lesson content

* name of song; country of song origin; 5 interesting facts about the country of origin; 3 interesting facts about the song; two instruments used (or teach about the vocals); teach about whether the song is still taught/used today

Not Yet Demonstrated

Lesson was not taught
Seldom Demonstrated

Group's teaching was unclear...there may have been many elements but they could not be understood or did not clearly address the elements of lesson content
Sometimes Demonstrated

Group taught 3 or fewer elements of the lesson (as noted in lesson content)
Usually Demonstated

Group clearly taught 4-5 elements of the lesson (as noted in lesson content)
Always Demonstrated

Group clearly taught all six elements of the lesson (as noted in lesson content)
Elements of teaching

* eye contact
* volume
* body language
* voice modulation

Not Yet Demonstrated

The presentation was not completed
Seldom Demonstrated

Group members engaged their class and were interactive with their students only occasionally during their teaching time
Sometimes Demonstrated

Group members engaged their class and were interactive with their students some of the time.
Usually Demonstated

Group members engaged their class and were interactive with their students most of the time.
Always Demonstrated

Group members engaged their class and were interactive with their students at all times.




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